Welcome to the Island!
I am a self-proclaimed foodie and have enjoyed cooking and baking since I was little. I loved baking cookies with my mother and grandma as a child, and later making dinners for my parents to foster my passion for cooking while in high school.
After graduating from college with a degree in business, I spent several years as a productivity manager. Being in the management systems field enabled me to better examine processes, streamline tasks, and improve efficiency. My mantra has always been that life is not just about rushing through tasks, it's about making the most of your time. Freeing up time helps maintain a balanced and intentional life.
Being a home cook with a background in productivity allows me to bring a unique perspective to the world of recipe blogging, emphasizing efficiency and practicality without sacrificing taste or quality.
What Is Organized Island?
Organized Island provides inspiration, resources, and ideas to help others make the most of their time. Now more than ever, we all strive to be efficient and intentional in the use of our time.
Look for time-saving tips on recipes with the image below for ways to save even more time in the kitchen.
I am the Author of Meal Planning In Minutes - A beginner's Guide To Meal Planning
You can save money and time meal planning each week, even if you only do it a couple of times a week.
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Some FAQs about This Site
When I started the blog, it was all about organization and productivity as I was a productivity manager at the time. The site has since evolved to include recipes and holidays because I truly believe in celebrating life every day.
I had my first cookbooks from Betty Crocker and BHG when I was in middle school. I used to cook when I came home after school and I was not a big TV fan so I baked.
My personal favorite are soups and cupcakes. It is all about balance! 🙂 Below are a few of the reader favorite recipes.